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January to September trade deficit widens to €2.8 billion

Cyprus’ trade deficit in the first nine months of the year widened €399.7 million to €2.8 billion the statistics department said.

In January to September, overall imports rose by €299 million to €3.9 billion while overall exports fell by €100.7 million to above €1.1 billion, Cystat said in a statement on its website today.

 

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